Once you have your driver's license, you may assume that you would never again need a driving class. It's true that being on the road every day can often be the best teacher when it comes to improving your overall driving skills, but there are some times when taking an actual class can also be a good choice. Note when that is and why an adult might want to consider such a class, no matter how long you've been driving.
You've bought a sports car or something much larger than your old car
If you bought a powerful sports car with a manual transmission, or a large truck or sport utility vehicle, a driving class can be a good choice. A class can cover the different ride and handling of such vehicles, and include special instruction on manual transmissions; this can ensure you handle that transmission properly so that you don't cause it added wear and tear. This can also help you learn how to handle the vehicle properly when driving at high speeds, when turning, when in heavy traffic and in other situations when you may need some skill in keeping a high-powered or oversized vehicle under control.
You've had surgery or are having physical limitations and problems
If you've had surgery, have developed arthritis, have suffered an injury or are otherwise now dealing with a chronic condition that may interfere with safe driving, a driving class can be helpful. Many classes are tailored made for those with certain physical conditions and who now may need to use driving aids, such as knobs on the steering wheel, hand pedals rather than foot pedals, and the like. A class can help you get accustomed to such tools and help you learn how to control the car despite your new limitations.
You've noticed your own slowed reaction times
If you've gotten to be a particular age, or perhaps because you've been in a car accident and are now very hesitant when on the road, a slowed reaction time can be dangerous. Not being able to react to something in the road ahead of you or a sudden obstacle or other such challenge in traffic can increase your risk of a collision. Rather than being too prideful to admit that you need some assistance, you might take a class that helps you be better equipped for when you're on the road and behind the wheel, for your own safety and everyone else's as well.